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Harlem Crowns dazzle in Williams Lake

The Harlem Crowns entertained a large crowd at Columneetza secondary on Tuesday evening. Some local basketball players had the opportunity to test their skills with the Crowns. More on the story in the Tribune next week. - Monica Lamb-Yorski photo
The Harlem Crowns entertained a large crowd at Columneetza secondary on Tuesday evening. Some local basketball players had the opportunity to test their skills with the Crowns. More on the story in the Tribune next week.
— image credit: Monica Lamb-Yorski photo

 

The Harlem Crowns entertained a large crowd at Columneetza secondary on Tuesday evening. Some local basketball players had the opportunity to test their skills with the Crowns. More on the story in the Tribune next week.

 

 

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